As the late 1990's approached, any casual music listener would have been forgiven for thinking that Duran Duran had retired.
Truth was, they were busy working on this rather decent album effort, but record label struggles, further problems within the band and the commerical failure of their previous release all combined to hinder the band's progress.
In fact to date, this album has never found a UK release and probably never will do, but it did find it's way onto ITunes in 2006.
The Single "Out Of My Mind" found it's way onto "The Saint" soundtrack, and to be fair, this is a good song, I think it found it's way to 21 on the UK singles chart.
Elsewhere, songs like "Who Do You Think You Are" is aimed at bassist John Taylor (who quit the band during the making of the album) and "Electric Barbarella" found a UK single release also.
Other noteworthy tracks include "Midnight Sun," and "Michael You've Got A Lot To Answer For," the latter written about INXS singer Michael Hutchence, just before his death.
It was a shame this album is rather forgotten amongst Duran Duran's catalogue, if you can get yourself a copy then I recommend you do so, it's up there with the best of Duran's 90's work.